French L’Express banned in Morocco and Moroccan Le Matin critisizes Bush
The highly respected French weekly L’Express on Monday protested the Moroccan government’s ban of its latest issue on the grounds that it insulted the Islamic religion.
L’Express assistant editor-in-chief Christian Makarian said he “could not understand” last Friday’s decision by the Moroccan information minister to prohibit shipment of the magazine into the country.
This Thursday’s election means a rekection of this apocaliptical management from an administration who has preferred the evangelism as a basis to their decisions than reason.
But this election does not erase the nightmares nor restitutes their lives to the young American soldiers who were killed in the “antiterrorist” wars, in name of that sinister “The West and the rest” which Samuel Huntington’s book about the clash of civillizations has believes it was illustrating.
An inheritance like that means a lot for any people, for any country and for many people.
Magnificent for someone who was named as US preferred ally by Bush, isn’t it? And it’s also very significant this has been published today, election day in US…
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